So far this generation, Sony have prided themselves on having the best exclusive games across any of the major console owners. A string of releases like Uncharted 4, Horizon: Zero Dawn and Bloodborne have given players a reason to pick up a PS4, while older classics being remastered like the The Last of Us, Crash Bandicoot and Shadow of the Colossus bring older masterpieces to a new audience.
However, while all of these titles have been successful both critically and commercially (unlike Xbox's exclusive catalogue which has struggled to impress), Nintendo's library of first-party games is nothing to be sniffed at.
After less than a year on the market the publisher already has two killer apps under their belt in the form of Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, both of which were considered some of the best titles of 2017.
The release schedule going forward is still shrouded in mystery, but at the moment it looks as though the company is trying its best to avoid another Wii U situation, and already has a wealth of amazing titles that are just as good as anything Sony has to offer.